Arabic For Dummies Language & Literature by Amine Bouchentouf
Start reading and speaking Arabic Arabic For Dummies helps readers start speaking Modern Standard Arabic in no time. Whether you're a student, traveler, or work in business or government, you'll find this title to be packed with practical lessons, cultural facts, and handy references.
Inside, you'll find guidance on basic grammar, as well as the necessary vocabulary to make introductions and greetings, use proper etiquette, make small talk, make transportation arrangements, order food and beverages, ask directions, deal with money, shop, access recreation, and handle an emergency. Features new and revised content Offers a revamped, user-friendly design to both pedagogy and organization Includes expanded coverage of grammar, verb conjugations, and pronunciations Get free access to conversational audio tracks online If you want to start speaking Arabic, this go-to book is packed with practical instruction, cultural facts, and handy references you won't want to be without!
Arabic For Dummies Language & Literature by Amine Bouchentouf - About the Author
Amine Bouchentouf (New York, NY), is a native Arabic speaker from Morocco. He helped launch a year-round Arabic department at Middlebury College in Vermont, expanding upon the pre-existing, well-regarded Arabic Summer Program. He wrote the first and second edition of Arabic For Dummies and Complete Arabic: The Basics (Living Language, 2006). He also designs, structures, and teaches beginner, intermediate, and advanced courses through the ABC Language Exchange Program in New York.